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The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

Artificial intelligence will revolutionize sports

Tavish N. Brodie, Reporter November 17, 2023

Artificial Intelligence, or AI, has been revolutionary. The infinite uses of AI include writing, virtual assistants, online networking, and in sports entertainment. Although sports are very physical, online...

Against the Clock: The Struggle of Student-Athletes

Joy Cheng, Reporter November 17, 2023

Full school days, coupled with extensive hours of rigorous physical demanding practices, followed by mountainous amounts of homework-this is the reality for many stressed, overwhelmed, and overworked student...

Sports Editor Feature: CH & Naisaa

Sports Editor Feature: CH & Naisaa

Tavish N. Brodie, Reporter November 17, 2023

Of the many sections in the wolfpacket, the Sports section is led by two powerful D1 editors. CH and Naisaa are the current editors of the Sports section, making sure all articles are beautifully written....

Courtesy of Alaina Banaag

Furious Football Fans Should Blame NFL

Rhea Sethi, reporter November 17, 2023

Football fans are not happy. For the past two months, their beloved American sport has been infiltrated by the likes of global pop stars and multimillionaire celebrities. Cameras unnecessarily interrupt...

ASB! Support Sports!

Johnathan Lee, Reporter October 13, 2023

Everyone knows the football team at CHS, and this is due largely in part to the advertisement of the ASB. Don’t get me wrong, this support is good. But the level of support sports teams are getting are...

Petrocelly and Lucke both dive at once at the Pomona-Pitzer Hadelman Pool.

A deep dive into CHS’s newest sports team

Mayo Ou, Head News Editor March 31, 2023

With all of the sports around campus, such as soccer, track and field, swim, cheer, basketball, and so much more, it is easy to miss a very small part of Claremont High School’s student population participating...

Dear struggling athletes, it’s time to take a break…just do it

Dear struggling athletes, it’s time to take a break…just do it

Enya Wang and Jocelyn Hannan February 3, 2023

Over the years, sports have become an integral part of many teenage lives, and for good reason. In addition to supporting weight control and cardiovascular health, physical activity stimulates the brain,...

photo courtesy of Maryah Anderson

Athlete of the Month: Maryah Anderson

Jocelyn Hannan, Reporter December 22, 2022

Junior Maryah Anderson is vital to the success of Claremont's Girls' Varsity basketball team. Playing guard, she is one of the top three-point shooters on the team and averages 16 points per game....

Photo courtesy of Cassidy Allen

Athlete of the month: Cassidy Allen

Kate Mitchell, Reporter November 18, 2022

Cassidy Allen is one of the few extremely dedicated female wrestlers on the co-ed CHS team. With the exception of her sophomore year (due to the COVID-19 pandemic) Allen has participated in two years of...

Boys Water Polo Dominates Division 1 Tournament

Boys Water Polo Dominates Division 1 Tournament

Kyle Chen, Reporter November 18, 2022

Water polo is one of the only sports not played on solid land. The sport requires an intricate skill set, including the endurance, stamina, speed, and strength to swim up and down a 25-30 meter pool. It...

Badminton + Tennis = Pickleball

Badminton + Tennis = Pickleball

Jocelyn Hannan, Reporter November 18, 2022

When talking about a fun outdoor activity, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Walking a dog, playing football, having a picnic? An uncommon activity among them is none other than…pickleball....

CHS Student-Athletes conflicted with a “PACK”ed schedule

Kate Mitchell, Reporter October 21, 2022

Many students at CHS are student-athletes, and with only so many hours in a day, these students are forced to choose between their extracurriculars and school work. Most sports teams in and out of high...

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